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Pricing is as follows, based on gold at $1,309.31*:

French Angel Brilliant Uncirculated
QTY Available: 250
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French Angel Extra Fine/Almost Uncirculated
QTY Available: 500

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French Angel Pendant
QTY Available: 35
$575 each
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*Buy 20 coins or more and be entered into a raffle to win a free "Lucky" French Angel Pendant

*Buy 100 coins and receive a "Lucky" French Angel Pendant completely free of charge

*Free shipping will be provided on orders over $10,000 ($40 otherwise).

Orders filled on first-come, first-served basis, strictly limited to available inventory.

Prices will adjust with the spot price of gold

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For the Holidays this year, give the gift of gold

Lucky French Angels

This year we offer something sure to light up the Season. An exceptional group of Brilliant Uncirculated French Angel specimens paired with handsomely discounted Extra Fine/Almost Uncirculated varieties.  Heirloom positioning at unbeatable prices!  Also offered is a very limited number of our "Lucky" French Angel Pendants (35) - a Holiday gift as memorable and unique as you will find.  

You can either purchase the pendant by itself, or you can buy a grouping of the coins and the pendant and make it a Holiday season to be remembered.

Buy 20 or more coins for your portfolio
and you'll be entered into a drawing to win a pendant

Buy 100 coins for your portfolio
and receive one sure-to-please pendant absolutely free

Each French Angel Pendant is housed in a 14k gold bezel, complete with a 14k 18" rope chain, presented in a velvet gift box with a copy of the following poem, rolled and bound with a gold ribbon:

Throughout history many a story
Tells of cures, success and glory
Brought on those who get to hold
A lucky Angel cast pure in gold

Napoleon held close this lucky charm
To protect him in battle and keep him from harm
Victorious he was to Russia and back
As he kept it close for every attack
It was quite some time before the coin was lost
But misplaced it was at no small cost
Waterloo followed the ensuing day
Napoleon was defeated and cast away

A similar story is often told
Of a guard's favor that was luckily sold
At the cost of an Angel a man was saved
It was the coin's designer Augustine Dupres

Others will say the Angel can heal
Can protect from harm its powers are real
So take this Angel and keep it close to your heart
And great luck will follow you and never depart

The lucky drawing winner will be chosen on December 20th, with guaranteed delivery by Christmas Eve. Order payment must be received by December 20th to gain entry.

Incentives only offered as long as supplies last!

Ask about our date variety groupings: 10 date sets, 20 date sets, and even a single complete date set (22 coins).  


Owning the famous French Angel gold coin has always been considered good luck. Legend has it that an earlier version accompanied Napoleon in his quest to conquer Europe. He carried it in the long march to Russia and back until he finally misplaced it -- the day before the Battle of Waterloo. When the coin's designer, Augustine Dupre, was sentenced to death, he held a gold Angel as he prayed for his life; it caught the eye of his guard, allowing him to 'negotiate' his escape from the guillotine.

"There are literally thousands of stories about the powers of the 'French Angel.' There are stories of people who claim their lives were saved during some tragic event to those who extol its healing powers from terminal cancer and other diseases. I have even found websites where many have told their stories. Never have I seen so much mysticism surrounding a numismatic coin. This is a coin that any collector can enjoy for its beauty, but the stories behind this coin really make it a collectors' must have piece." -- Raymond Hanisco, Coin Collecting Editor, Bella Online.

The French Angel characterizes the ideals of the French Revolution. Symbolically, the angel depicted on the obverse represents the Spirit of France and he is shown on the coin writing the French Constitution. A rooster symbolizing vigilance appears next to the angel. Behind the angel stands the fasces or bundle of rods - a symbol of power previously carried by Roman magistrates. On top of the fasces is the Cap of Liberty, which also appears on U.S. coinage with the same meaning. The slogan Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite appears on the reverse along with the date.


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